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Interior Design

Coa de Jima

Located in downtown Boise, this restaurant is full of texture, color, and art.  

Powder Room

This powder room is an exquisite touch for this restaurant setting. The beautiful textured walls and brickwork give a rustic, old world feel with all the modern amenities you would expect.  And that darn couch...

The Loft

This private residence in downtown Boise, Idaho, is located on the upper floor of a 1867 building featuring wonderful exposed brick walls and wood floors. To contrast the warn colors found in the walls and floor, the pallet is accented by peacock blue, silver and black in an Art Deco theme.

Barbacoa 2011

After Barbacoa burned down in 2010, the opportunity was taken to build it back up from scratch to be bigger and better. Still consistent with the Spanish American cowboy feel, I believe it has a sexier, more modern atmosphere.

Barbacoa 2008

This steak and seafood restaurant located in Boise Idaho, has a Spanish flair with an emphasis on wood cooking and is the prelude to American barbeque and cowboy. I used warm colors, natural woods and stone to create not only the concept, but also the feeling

Ti Amo Ristorante

This Italian restaurant located in Laguna Beach, California. It is a converted house from 1920’s. It is very charming with many small dining spaces because of the original layout of the house.

6 Asilomar, Laguna Niguel CA

Originally, the house was a speculative home – all in white and turquoise. The new owners wanted a complete renovation. This six bedroom private residence located in Laguna Niguel California is now luxurious and warm.

Interior Design by Martine


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